Several points, and both the educated people and the *edited* idiots can respond: 1. No politician who used a legal means to avoid being drafted and sent to fight in Vietnam violated any kind of law, legally or morally. That includes Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, Joe Biden, President Trump, or any other national figures in politics. 2. They and others were neither cowards nor criminals. They merely decided they didn't want to fight. I didn't enlist. I decided I didn't want to fight, and I was lucky that shortly after I graduated high school the draft was overturned. So I was in no danger. 3. I have no problem with anyone who did not want to be drafted and get sent to die in Vietnam, and I never did have any problem with that. Bill Clinton's problem was he was a liar, a rapist and a left winger. His lack of military service, and his very legal methods of avoiding it had nothing to do with his electability. 4, If military service had been a legitimate issue, Clinton should have lost to two World War Two heroes: Bush41 and Bob Dole. If Vietnam service had been a legitimate issue, (and the *edited* Democrats certainly tried to make it the only campaign issue) then we would have had to suffer through a term of a Kerry administration. 5. I do have problems with the military draft and always have had problems with it. The calling to enlist in the military is at least as intense as the calling to joined the priesthood. And this country has never had a problem finding eager volunteers to join the military and fight to preserve our safety and freedom. When Saddam Hussein threatened Israel and the rest of the middle east and began harboring Al Qaeda terrorists after 9-11, young idealistic men and women in America rushed to enlist. 6. It is wrong to look down on the draftees because they are being forced into battles they didn't volunteer for. They deserve as much credit as the enlistees.